Sunday, August 28, 2011

Autumn's Travels: London

Not all masked balls turn into Bacchanalian orgies but that doesn’t mean you can’t still have plenty of fun. Last Friday, Kensington Palace hosted their second annual Wild Boy’s Ball, named in honour of a foundling discovered in 1725 brought to the Palace where King George I held court. Originally from Germany, “Peter” amused the monarch and bemused the staff with his unconventional hair, bedroom antics and his strange choice of clothing. These days, the palace is used on an unofficial basis by Prince Harry. MORE

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Sunday, August 28, 2011

Autumn's Travels: London

Not all masked balls turn into Bacchanalian orgies but that doesn’t mean you can’t still have plenty of fun. Last Friday, Kensington Palace hosted their second annual Wild Boy’s Ball, named in honour of a foundling discovered in 1725 brought to the Palace where King George I held court. Originally from Germany, “Peter” amused the monarch and bemused the staff with his unconventional hair, bedroom antics and his strange choice of clothing. These days, the palace is used on an unofficial basis by Prince Harry. MORE

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